2018 German Euros Trial Results

The 2018 German Euros Trial was held on June 23 in Chemnitz, Germany.

Senior All-Around Results

Rank Athlete Club VT UB BB FX AA
1 Pauline Schäfer Chemnitz Altendorf 13.650 12.750 14.000 13.100 53.500
2 Sarah Voss Köln 13.800 12.750 13.800 12.500 52.850
3 Sophie Scheder Chemnitz Altendorf 13.100 14.500 12.350 12.550 52.500
4 Kim Bui Stuttgart 13.000 14.450 11.750 12.650 51.850
5 Leah Griesser Neureut 11.300 13.350 13.150 12.800 50.600
6 Michelle Timm Berlin 13.350 12.050 11.950 12.450 49.800
7 Carina Kröll Berkheim 12.850 11.800 12.550 12.100 49.300
8 Isabelle Stingl Rintheim 12.850 11.850 11.950 12.550 49.200
9 Emma Höfele Neureut 13.700 10.400 12.300 12.400 48.800
10 Kim Ruoff Neckarhausen 12.700 11.800 10.650 11.200 46.350

Junior All-Around Results

Rank Athlete Club VT UB BB FX AA
1 Emma Malewski Chemnitz Altendorf 12.650 12.400 12.050 12.600 49.700
2 Lara Hinsberger Lebach 13.000 13.050 11.800 11.600 49.450
3 Leonie Papke Jetzendorf 12.250 12.400 12.400 12.100 49.150
4 Michelle Kunz Troisdorfer 12.050 11.850 11.900 12.000 47.800
5 Jasmin Haase Chemnitz Altendorf 12.350 12.050 11.250 11.850 47.500
6 Aiyu Zhu Köln 13.000 10.200 9.600 12.250 45.050
7 Noemi Griesser Neureut 11.250 10.850 10.700 10.950 43.750
8 Theresa Geyer Dortmund 11.550 10.350 10.600 10.750 43.250
9 Stella Neufeld Berkheim 12.400 9.550 11.300 9.900 43.150
10 Emelie Petz Backnang —— 11.950 11.600 —— 23.550
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6 thoughts on “2018 German Euros Trial Results

  1. I’m really worried about Germany. All of their top seniors (apart from Alt, who is injured- out without a set date to return) are in their 20s. Sarah Voss is 19. there is literally not a single one coming up in the next couple seasons (except 1- Petz but she’s also injured and out for a long time)

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    • Some of the 2004 juniors have real potential and recently switched or are about to switch from smaller clubs to the national training centres in Chemnitz or Stuttgart. Aiyu Zhu, this years national champion for Age group 14, had a rough meet. They still have some time to get more consistency and difficulty. No use to hurry. Look at the promising juniors from 2000 who had good difficulty at a yong age. Maike Enderle and Florine Harder struggled with injuries since becoming seniors and also Tabea Alt needs a longer rest now. Amelie Föllinger and Rebecca Matzon are also injured or in rehabilitation phase.

      The younger seniors had some injury troubles as well, Helene Schäfer won’t be even able to compete this year.

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